Top Read Blog Posts of 2015

Top Read Blog Posts of 2015

The end of the year is upon us again! Every year is a chance for us to learn more about Microsoft Dynamics NAV and share that knowledge with you. Thank you to all of our blog readers; it’s been quite a year, so we wanted to recap the top 5 most read blogs in case you missed them or want to read them again. Be sure to join us in 2016 for more blog posts. Have a topic you’re interested in? Let us know in the comment section or tweet us your ideas (@ArcherPointInc).

  1. MRP vs. MPS: What’s the Difference, and When Do You Use Them? – This is our top read blog of the year! Rick Dill wrote this blog to clarify the difference between MRP vs MPS. Bonus: this blog also includes a handy infographic that you can print or save to help you anytime you’re stuck.
  2. How to Find Which Users Are Currently Logged into Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 – Deena Edwards made her debut in the world of ArcherPoint blogging, and it landed her the number two spot on the list. Many Dynamics NAV users wonder how they can easily find which user is currently logged into NAV. Read this blog to find out Deena’s quick solution, which includes helpful graphics.
  3. How to Create Drop Shipments in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 – Donna Cline helps you use Dynamics NAV 2015 to ship items directly from the vendor to the customer. This how-to guide includes directions and pictures to help you navigate through NAV and make drop shipments successful, including how to set up purchasing codes, create a drop shipment, post a drop shipment, and post a purchase invoice.
  4. How to use RapidStart to import General Journal Entries in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 – Donna Cline also wrote our fourth most read blog, also a how to guide. This blog shows how you can use RapidStart to import General Journal entries (and the customer journal, vendor journal, and item journal) in Dynamics NAV 2015. This is especially helpful in the transfer of legacy account balances to a newly configured company.
  5. Column Indenting and Disabling Interactive Sorting in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 – Rounding out our top most read blog post this year is Bill Warnke’s blog post that allows you to disable/break/turn off interactive column sorting in Dynamics NAV 2015. Interactive columns were introduced in NAV 2013 R2, but in 2015 the ability is gone, as re-sorting made the old structure irrelevant. If you’ve updated to 2015, you’ll find this blog especially handy for any sorting you do.  

Thanks again for a great 2015! We’ll see you on the blog in 2016. Don’t forget: You can subscribe to our RSS feed to be notified when we’ve posted a blog, or follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn to see our blog posts in your feed.

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